The Battle of Shiloh (1913)

At the beginning of hostilities, Tom Winston, despite the pleadings of his sister, Ellen, who is an ardent Confederate, goes north, and acquires a commission in the Federal army. Frank ... See full summary »

Director:

Joseph W. Smiley (as Joseph Smiley)

Writer:

Emmett C. Hall (as Emmett Campbell Hall)

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Ince ... Frank Carey
Blanche West Blanche West ... Ethel Carey
Robert Drouet Robert Drouet ... Tom Winston
Peggy O'Neil ... Ellen Winston
Edgar Jones ... Capt. Cook
John Smiley John Smiley ... Gen. Ulysses S. Grant
Ferdinand Tidmarsh Ferdinand Tidmarsh ... Gen. Joseph Johnston (as Fred Tidmarsh)
Clarence Elmer ... Sgt. Brown
Arthur Matthews ... Lt. Cornell
Robert Graham Jr. Robert Graham Jr. ... Pvt. Randall (as Robert Graham)
William Carr William Carr ... Col. Bogard
James Daly ... Col. Samson
Florence Williams Florence Williams ... Clara Tolliver
Jennie Nelson ... Jane Mathies
Frankie Mann Frankie Mann ... Bessie Caxton (as Frances Mann)
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At the beginning of hostilities, Tom Winston, despite the pleadings of his sister, Ellen, who is an ardent Confederate, goes north, and acquires a commission in the Federal army. Frank Carey has entered the Confederate service, though his sister, Ethel, furiously denounces him as a traitor, and asserts her intention of herself serving the Union. Both girls become identified with the secret service department of the South and North, respectively. Tom is with Grant, and Frank with Johnston, and the movements of the armies bring them into the neighborhood of their homes. Tom has with him Don, a dog, which had been used in the old days to carry messages between his master and Ethel. Union headquarters are established in the Winston home, affording Ellen an opportunity to acquire many valuable secrets which she communicates to Frank, and it is the belief that some officer is proving a traitor. Tom watches his sister closely, and one night observes that as she sits merrily chatting with the... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Genres:

Drama | War

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 December 1913 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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